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I’ve been a little behind posting because our schedule at NRB in Nashville has been so packed.  My branding workshop yesterday was standing room only, I hosted keynotes with Mark Zoradi from Disney, Simon Swart from Fox, and Phil Vischer from Jellyfish Labs – formerly of Veggie Tales.  Plus, President Bush will be coming live this morning to speak.  NRB is the one place where we can meet with a broad range of people in the faith-based media world. Publishers, radio, TV, digital media, equipment dealers, media buyers, direct response experts – just about everyone is
there, which is why it’s so important that you get to conferences like this. I’m a big believer in the power of networking – not in a crass way – but connecting with people who can help you get to the next level. Exchanging ideas with people over lunch, or seeing new companies in the exhibit hall, or learning through the workshops. There are other great conferences coming up like the “Worship Media Track” at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Conference in Las Vegas, or the Biola Media Conference in Los Angeles. Find the right conference for you, and start growing.


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  1. Great to see/meet you at NRB! Thanks for everything you shared, hosted, said, etc.

    Unfortunately, I had to head home last night so I'll miss President Bush today.

    Now I need to sort thru my hundreds of business cards. 🙂 

    Thanks again! 

  2. So President Bush went to the NRB Conference and all he could talk about was his justification for the war in Iraq? He must have been speaking to a group of Republicans…..sorry Christians. Couldn't tell the difference.

    I respect the President but I do not agree with some of his policies including Iraq. There seems to be an assumption in Republican circles that all Christians are Republicans . Some are, some are Democrats and some like me are Christian Independents. I guess the President thought this was a good occasion to make a political speech and help his party win the upcoming elections.

    Do not take me for granted!

  3. I have to admit, it was an odd speech, and I was a bit surprised.  But as you say, he does seem to know his audience.  I have a feeling he's in a position where "legacy" is his focus right now.  So he was probably reminding people of the last number of years to try and shore up that legacy.

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